Karnataka Home Minister Araga Gyanendra on Wednesday said the video statement released by al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in the hijab row and praising student Muskan Khan for chanting “Allah-hu-akbar” while standing in defense of the head scarf, “proves the involvement of the unseen. Hands” row. Back. He said Home and Police Department officials are monitoring the development and are tracking things in this connection.
“We have been saying this from the beginning, and the High Court also suggested the possibility of some unseen hands behind the hijab line during the hijab ruling … now it is proven, because al-Qaeda people are now releasing videos,” Gyanendra said in response to a question praising Zawahiri Muskan. . “How it’s happening, what’s the connection. All these things the police are investigating … they will find out,” he added.
At the top of the hijab ranks in February, Muskan Khan, a second-year BKM student from Mandia, was harassed by a group of students wearing saffron shawls for entering the college wearing hijab. They retaliated by shouting “Joy Shri Ram” and smiling “Allah-hu-akbar”. Later the college authorities intervened and brought the situation under control. Condemning the statement of a terrorist group on internal affairs, Higher Education Minister CN Ashwath Narayan said, “Action will be taken against the organizations and people involved with them”.
He said the state government has not brought any law against the practice of any community and is only following the law.
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